Retrocausality, Time Travel and Quantum Mechanics

time travel, retrocausality, quantum mechanics

The indistinctness of quantum mechanics creates a band of troubles, from maliciously shifting time-of-flight computations between satellites to mudding up Newton’s elegant, all-seeing physical examples of the universe. However, when it concerns subjects as ethereal as the New Physics, integrating really harebrained concepts like negative mass and, yes, time travel, …

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The Evolution of Quantum Mechanics In Explaining Quantum Time Travel


The very first interpretation of Quantum Mechanics was the original Copenhagen Interpretation of Niels Bohr. Under this interpretation, once the observer collapses the wave function, that’s it – FINISHED.  If I am rolling a die and roll a “3” for example, if  I then decide that I would have rather …

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